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Good News: Social Ethics and the Press (Communication and Society) Paperback

ISBN-13: 978-0195084320 ISBN-10: 0195084322

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"Christians, Ferre, and Fackler offer an intellectually provocative account of journalism and ethics that will in many ways define the terms of debate for years to come. Good News is good news for anyone interested in an intellectually rich treatment of questions of media ethics and responsibility."--Theodore L. Glasser, Stanford University


"Whether the reader agrees or disagrees with its conclusions, Good News is a thoughtful proposal that deserves debate."--The Banner


"By far, the best work on media ethics I've encountered. It goes far beyond the cursory treatment of situational ethics and case studies to an intelligent, compassionate normative ethics set in the context of the history of Western thought."--Heidi Ziolkowski, Cal. State University, Long Beach


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Clifford G. Christians is at University of Illinois. John P. Ferre is at University of Louisville.

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